ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846


Recognising social and political fissures amidst a call for unity is essential.
It is a tragedy that the remnants of a dead body defi ne who a human is.
After three decades of disinvestment or privatisation of public sector enterprises’ assets, the Government of India has upped the ante and now rolled out a programme for the sale of services provided...
Worker’s organisations are crucial to the government’s planned labour policy measures.
Holding the executive accountable, a constitutional respon­sibility, seems to be set aside again in the recently concluded monsoon session of Parliament. A political, institutional and moral deficit...
Acknowledging the fact of caste through census reveals the truth of anxiety.
Industrial policy has been rehabilitated globally despite the ideological bias.
The government must reimagine the fundamentals of the economy in favour of equality.
In attempting to harness cooperatives, the union government seems to erode federalism.
The continuous cuts in the goods and services tax rates will derail state finances.
Changing electoral dynamics drives the JD ( U )’s latest promise of reservations for women students.
Both the problems will further hurt the disadvantaged groups and push more people into poverty.
Minimum wages in India fail to recognise social realities of labour outside formal labour relations.
Easing supply constraints on nutritious and deficit food products must be the top priority.
The reallocation of taxing rights and a new global minimum tax are major inflexion points in tax reforms.


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